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Jobless claims, factory data put some shine on economy
"The jobless claims data also suggest the labor market may be making progress toward the Fed's labor market objective more quickly than many policymakers expect," said John Ryding, chief economist at RDQ Economics in New York. The claims data …
Initial jobless claims rise to 304000
Weekly Jobless Claims Rise Less than Expected
Jobless claims edge up, but 4-week average falls to prerecession level
State jobless claims drop by nearly 14000
San Francisco Business Times
The number of people making new jobless claims across the country essentially remained at a 2007 low, increasing by 2,000 to 304,000, according to a weekly report from the U.S. Department of Labor. California saw a large drop in new claims.
US jobless claims rise marginally; near lowest level since 2007
Initial claims for unemployment benefits for the week ending April 12 was 304,000, rising 2,000 from the previous week's number, according to data released by the Labor Department. The four-week average, which evens out volatility, was at 312,000, …
by Mikaya Thurmond You might’ve thought that the more jobs… the happier we’ll be!But that’s certainly not the case in Georgia, where unemployment has final…
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Ind. reverses plan to halt some jobless benefits
He said he had been assured that "unemployment benefits will not be impacted by sequestration through the week ending March 9… the Indiana Department of Workforce Development will proceed with full payment of extended unemployment compensation …
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Oregon's long-term unemployed will see jobless benefits drop
Weekly jobless benefits for thousands of out-of-work Oregonians will drop 10.7 percent starting March 31, according to the Oregon Employment Department. Officials there said the decline was caused by Congressional spending cuts that took effect last week.
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Jobless benefits remain for now
INDIANAPOLIS — Hoosiers receiving federal-extended unemployment benefits will not see a reduction in those benefits until March 30. The Indiana Department of Workforce Development received oral instructions Friday about the impact of sequestration on …
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Question by mariella: Jobless in North Carolina, how can an 18 year old make some money?
I need a job, at least for the summer but no one’s hiring and if they are they only want people with job experience, etc. Is there anyway I can make some money over the summer? Please help.
Answer by Flower
You can advertise a service either on Craigslist or post flyers around. You can do yard work, house cleaning, elder care, pet walking, haulint or moving furniture. When there are no jobs, you have to get creative.
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Jobless claims rise, some due to Tropical Storm Isaac
More Americans than expected filed for jobless benefits in the latest week, with at least a portion of the increase due to the effects of Tropical Storm Isaac, the government reported Thursday. The Labor Department's data showed that unemployment …
Weekly US jobless claims climb 15000 to 382000
Hurricane Isaac sends US jobless claims up to 382K
Jobless Claims in U.S. Rose More Than Forecast Last Week
Instant view: Jobless claims rise more than expected
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Initial claims for unemployment benefit rose more than expected last week, hitting 382,000 compared with a forecast of 370,000 in a Reuters poll and up from 367,000 the previous week. Producer prices rose 1.7 percent in August, the …
Question by LACEY Q: Exactly how do I get my hands on some foreclosures and short offers?
I have actually searched online, but they all wish you to pay some membership fee to consider the listings. Is there anywhere you can easily purchase them straight and make an offer without having to go with all the middle men!
Solution by Dale HHere are some links:
You can additionally place out the word to every real property broker in your area regarding just what you are trying to find specifically.
They will bring residential properties to you.
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Jobless claims have started falling ahead of expectations. Some economists were predicting that shut-downs in?
Question by : Jobless claims have started falling ahead of expectations. Some economists were predicting that shut-downs in?
the auto and electronics industry (I’m talking about real electronic components like professionals use – not that Chinese garbage you get from Best Buy) would suffer far greater layoffs due to the earthquake in Japan. Oil prices have started falling and many believe COMEX may increase margin requirements again as many think we’re seeing an “inverse demand bubble” in relation to oil and gas (an inverse demand bubble is when investors refuse to let prices fall in spite of overwhelming evidence of lagging demand). It’s also widely accepted that the economic slowdown we saw in the first quarter of this year was a by-product of the Bush tax cuts and the best way to ease commodities prices is to increase taxes on the wealthy – thereby moderating the amount of cash flowing into investment markets (because we all know the wealthy don’t create any jobs until average people start hitting the stores and consumer spending picks up). The Republicans don’t have a single candidate who’s even nominally viable for president and they shot themselves in the foot with supporting the Paul Ryan austerity budget.
So Republicans, you’ve done all you can to try to ruin the economy with your investors cabal to discredit the President with high gas prices. Rick Scott’s attempt to privatize Medicaid in Florida is a massive flop. Democrats are sick and tired of you extremist whackos and will be hitting the voting booths in record numbers in 2012.
You still think you’re winning?
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Question by : who knows some employers that will hire a felon on parole in the North County Escondido area?
Looking for temp or partime employment in the Escondido area of North County. I’m on parole but in recovery and looking for a chance to work again. I am serious about my life and just need some help with employment.
Answer by petey
Ask your parole officer for assistance. They should have some information on where you can look for a job.
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